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Online Upcoming Events:


Claudio Garibaldi

Fall & Winter Online Conference
    Date(s): Saturdays, October 21, 2017 and January 6, 2018
        Time: 12:00 pm EST (New York time). Concluding at 1:30 pm EST.,
                   (Online at 11:30 am EST for technical support/introductions.)


Enneagram, a Training and Self-training Tool for Graphologists

This workshop, given in two parts, introduces graphologists to the potential of using the Enneagram integrated with graphology as a means of self-knowledge, understanding of others, as well as for evaluating the internal consistency of handwriting analysis.

Our identity, besides being based on a biological component, is an adaptive scheme in childhood, constantly fed by the stories we tell about ourselves and to others. According to the Enneagram model, this story revolves around a main strategy, which have its roots in childhood, giving rise to a multiplicity of automatic reactions that permeate our whole being.

The visions of the human being proposed by the Moretti graphological system and the Enneagram have a poignant convergence in the concept of the Ruling Passion, considered an all-encompassing element that influences our emotional, cognitive and behavioral paradigms. This main strategy influences our thinking and the storytelling that we make of ourselves, also in our role as graphologists. As adults, we can expand the meaning of the story we tell ourselves. Graphology and the Enneagram used in synergy are a valuable tool to help us do this.

Claudio is presenting this program from Italy where he is a graphology consultant and an Enneagram teacher. He received his degree as a consultant in graphology from the University of Urbino. Claudio integrates the Moretti system of graphology with a practical application of the Enneagram that can be used in many fields. He was a regular contributor to Enneagram Monthly on the Enneagram and Graphology from 2005-2007. His book, The Ruling Passion: A Meeting Point between the Enneagram and the Moretti Graphological System was published in Italian in 2016. Claudio also has a specialization in family graphology where he has collaborated with lawyers and psychologists in the mediation process. He is an expert in autobiographical techniques, which he integrates in his workshops. Claudio shared his expertise with ASPG many years ago, and we are fortunate to again learn from his wide experience.

The individual registration fee for this presentation is $25 if you are not a Member.
Click here to pay $25 for the October 21, 2017 conference by Paypal,  (For Members and Associates of ASPG there is no fee.)
Click here to pay $25 for the January 6, 2017 conference by Paypal,  (For Members and Associates of ASPG there is no fee.)


Alessandra Millevolte

Spring Online Conference
    Date(s): Saturday, March 3, 2018
        Time: 12:00 pm EST (New York time). Concluding at 1:30 pm EST.,
                   (Online at 11:30 am EST for technical support/introductions.)


Resilience in Handwriting, Recognizing the Soft Skills in Work and Life

In the turbulence of our days, people are increasingly exposed to sudden and often traumatic changes. Resilience becomes more and more a "competence" necessary to deal effectively with crises in the professional sphere and in private life. Many elements constitute resilience: this presentation is aimed at describing them and researching their indexes in handwriting.

Alessandra Millevolte joins us from Italy where she is a veteran graphologist of 35 years, working mainly in personnel selection, vocational guidance and forensic expertise. She is also an expert in vocational training and personal development. Alessandra taught graphology for many years at Urbino University and LUMSA University in Rome. She is a former President of the Italian Graphological Association (AGI) and remains a member of its Technical and Scientific Committee. Alessandra has degrees in sociology and graphological techniques from Urbino University and has studied under Father L. Torbidoni, Moretti’s most well-known pupil. She has had a long-term collaboration with the Moretti Institute, representing the Morettian School at national and international conferences.

Her publications include, among others, the book La Scrittura and with Enza De Petrillo authored The Application of the G. Moretti Graphological System for English speaking graphologists.

The individual registration fee for this presentation is $25 if you are not a Member.
Click here to pay $25 for the March 3, 2018 conference by Paypal,  (For Members and Associates of ASPG there is no fee.)

 To Register for Online Conferences: 
  • Professional Members and Associates: No charge, included in yearly dues.
  • Patricia Siegel's event is free for all who register
  • John Beck's and Marcel Elfer's events are $25 each and free for students who provide a picture of a current student identification card when signing up
 Please RSVP to events@aspghandwriting.org or call (516) 487-5287. 


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